Blasco Ibáñez

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Blas·co I·bá·ñez

 (blä′skō ē-bän′yās, ē-vän′yĕth), Vicente 1867-1928.
Spanish writer of naturalistic novels concerning his homeland, such as The Cabin (1898), and several highly popular but less literary novels, including The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1916).
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Blasco Ibáñez

(Spanish ˈblasko iˈβaɲeθ)
n
(Biography) Vicente (biˈθente). 1867–1928, Spanish novelist, whose books include Blood and Sand (1909) and The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1916)
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Blas•co I•bá•ñez

(ˈblɑ skoʊ iˈbɑn yɛs)
n.
Vicente, 1867–1928, Spanish novelist, journalist, and politician.
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